Fri. S.J. girls' roundup: Cinnaminson nips Pemberton

Posted: September 15, 2012

Jessie Mayer's goal in the final minute lifted Cinnaminson over visiting Pemberton, 2-1, on Friday afternoon in a Burlington County field hockey game.

Mayer scored the game-winner with 27 seconds left in regulation and also assisted on Megan Lonergan's second-half goal.

Cape-Atlantic. Morgan Snodgrass scored mid-way through the second half to lift Egg Harbor Township at Lower Cape May, 3-2. Her goal came with 10 minutes, 32 seconds left from the top of the circle.

Olympic. Shawnee took a two-goal lead late in the second half en route to a 5-1 win at Paul VI. Julie Duncan led the offense with a pair of goals.

Nonleague. Sarah Ferry scored twice and assisted a pair of others as Gloucester blanked visiting Penns Grove, 10-0. Amber Grundle poured in three goals, and Amanda Boulden and Madison McClintock each recorded a pair of assists.

Lenape scored twice in the first half en route to dropping host Timber Creek, 2-0. Natalie Peel and Alyssa Spear scored for the Indians, and Lindsay Micha recorded four saves for the shutout.

Becky Boffo recorded nine saves as St. Joseph blanked visiting Pitman, 8-0. Emily DeMarco, Carlina Sacco, and Gina Smith scored twice each.


Kayla Bertolino's first-half goal proved to be enough as Shawnee held on to edge Timber Creek, 1-0, in an Olympic Conference game.

The goal came in the 35th minute, and Shannon Nugent recorded the shutout for the Renegades.

In other Olympic action, three goal scorers contributed to Lenape's 3-0 win over visiting Shawnee. Courtney Norton, Carly Pettipaw, and Rachelle Ross scored for the Indians. Bridget McVeigh and Alicia Hampton combined for the shutout.

Cape-Atlantic. Emily Gifford recorded a pair of assists in the first half as Millville cruised to blank Sacred Heart, 4-0. Ashli Weems needed just two saves to record the shutout.

Tri-County. Mary Kate Ulmer and Gabrielle Masciocchi scored twice each to lift Williamstown over Gloucester Catholic, 4-0. Jen Mellish and Gianna Pomykacz added assists, and Taylor Bynoe had five saves.

Eleni Dendrinos scored once and added an assist to help Schalick slip past Highland, 2-1. Grace Milone also scored for the Cougars.

Colonial. Kelly Diehle scored three times, and Janelle Orsino and Megan Crowley combined for the shutout as Gateway blanked Woodbury, 5-0.

Nonleague. Ang Martorano recorded 10 saves to post the shutout as Triton blanked Cumberland, 3-0. Paige Bergman led the Mustangs' offense with a pair of goals. She now has nine goals for the season.

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